THROUGH THE EYES OF THE INSURED
JASON G. MOYERS
FRANKL MILLER WEBB & MOYERS
A mainstay of an insurance defense practice is the tripartite relationship between attorney, insurer, and insured. While defense counsel goes to great lengths to zealously represent his or her client—the insured—and to comply with billing and other insurance company guidelines, all too often, the insureds themselves can get lost in the shuffle. More often than not, a particular lawsuit is an insured’s first and only experience with the judicial system. Things such as pleadings, written discovery, depositions, and trial, while common to us, are, to them, foreign. In addition, the stress and uncertainty associated with being sued can often be overlooked. Join VADA President-Elect, Jason Moyers, who will present the course of a civil lawsuit through the eyes of the insureds themselves. We hope to provide those in attendance with a better understanding and appreciation of what a lawsuit is like for an insured. At the end of the day, we hope, too, those in attendance will be better equipped to address the concerns, fears, anxieties, and questions their clients have through the course of the representation.
The event is fully virtual, via Zoom, and free to VADA members and potential members.
Virginia Association of Defense Attorneys
1915 Huguenot Road, Ste 301
Richmond, VA, 23235
Executive Director: Sherma Mather
Director of Meetings: Amy Gilbody
Journal of Civil Litigation Managing Editor: Molly Terry
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